ABC To Air Next Episode In True Crime Limited Series “Bad Romance” with “Shattered Love” Debuting Next Week

ABC News has announced the latest in their special 20/20 True Crime Limited Series, Bad Romance, with an episode titled “Shattered Love,” arriving on Monday, February 26th after The Bachelor.

What’s Happening:

  • ABC News has announced the latest episode in their special 20/20 series, Bad Romance, this one set to debut on Monday, February 26th.
  • In the episode, titled “Shattered Love,” we focus on a beloved young mother who is found murdered in her bedroom closet. Family, friends and neighbors are heartbroken and baffled. The incredible investigation leads to multiple trials and a 24-year search for justice.
  • Hosted by ABC News contributor Ryan Smith, Bad Romance reports on 20/20 stories ripped from the headlines, leading viewers through some of the most shocking and surprising romance stories of the last decade — stories that began with romance and ended in crime.
  • Every Monday night for eight weeks following The Bachelor, Bad Romance features true-crime stories, including the twisted love triangle between a husband, wife and lover; the murder of an NFL star’s pregnant girlfriend; and the case of a man found guilty of murdering his wife by two separate juries.
  • Throughout the series, 20/20 visits crime scenes and interviews the individuals at the center of some of the most twisted and obsessive love stories.
  • Bad Romance airs on Mondays (10:01-11:00 p.m. EST) on ABC, next day on Hulu. Janice Johnston is executive producer of Bad Romance and 20/20, the award-winning primetime program anchored by David Muir and Deborah Roberts.
  • A proven leader as a long-form newsmagazine for over 45 years, 20/20 features unforgettable, character-driven true-crime mysteries, exclusive newsmaker interviews, hard-hitting investigative reports, and in-depth coverage of high-profile stories.

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Tony Betti
Originally from California where he studied a dying artform (hand-drawn animation), Tony has spent most of his adult life in the theme parks of Orlando. When he’s not writing for LP, he’s usually watching and studying something animated or arguing about “the good ole’ days” at the parks.